The Slow-Mo Guys show us that the “process” of creating art can be more beautiful than the artwork itself
Since they first started capturing things on camera and dramatically slowing them down to see what happens in split-seconds, The Slow-Mo Guys have ended up with plenty of rather spectacular visuals. Their latest project gets a little creative, where the duo use a drill to paint, in a bid to create a Jackson Pollock-style splatter painting (pictured above).
Truth be told, the actual painting they end up creating doesn't seem particularly spectacular, but the slow-motion footage of its creation turns out to be rather hypnotic. Perhaps this can also serve as a sweet little reminder to us, that art can be found in the most minute crevices in life. Watch the video below: